Aquilegia canadensis 'Little Lanterns' - Wild Columbine Aquilegia canadensis - Wild columbine Callirhoe involucrata - Wine Cups Caltha palustris - Marsh Marigold Geum fragarioides - Appalachian barren strawberry

Who's Ready for Spring?

Spring Bloomers

Spring bloomers are critical to early nectar and pollen seekers! Plus who doesn't love to watch the plants wake up from winter.

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You + Native Plants = Stronger Pollinators & A Better World

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Why Plant American Beauties Native Plants®?

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What are Native Plants?

At American Beauties Native Plants we define natives as straight species and their cultivars, with cultivars being selections of straight species that have not been hybridized with other species. 


Choosing the Best Native Plants

Choosing the right plants for your garden can seem like a daunting task but we’re here to help. 


How to Plant Native Plants

Quick tips for planting your new American Beauties Native Plants


#WhyNativePlants Video of the Month

Dr. Doug Tallamy

YOU can change the world

Doug Tallamy explains how every person has the power through native plants to change our world. In his wonderful, understated, yet riveting way, he will get you fired up for spring and bursting with energy to make a real difference.

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